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The Sunday Play The Devil's Disciple

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A melodrama by BERNARD SHAW with Keith Michell and Max Adrian
' How many of you will stay with me; run up the American flag on the devil's house; and make a fight for freedom?'
The action takes place in New Hampshire in the year 1777
Produced by STEWART CONN
Mrs Warren 's Profession: Monday at 8.30 pm

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Unknown: Keith Michell
Unknown: Max Adrian
Produced By: Stewart Conn
Unknown: Mrs Warren
Mrs Dudgeon: Freda Jackson
Essie: Susan Maudslay
Christy Dudgeon: John Baddeley
Rev A Anderson: Russell Hunter
Judith Anderson: Rona Anderson
Uncle William: Henry Stamper
Uncle Titus: Basil Jones
Dick Dudgeon: Keith Michell
Lawyer Hawkins: William Ingram
Sergeant: William Eedle
General Burgoyne: Max Adrian
Major Swindon: Peter Howell
Mr Brudenell: Henry Stamper
The Narrator: Basil Jones

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The Sunday Play The Devil's Disciple

BBC Radio 4 FM, 5 October 1969 14.30






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